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Additive manufacturing news, September 2015

NanoSteel develops AM powders for abrasive applications

NanoSteel has introduced the company’s first powders that can be used in components for highly abrasive environments.

The EPMA has released the Attendee List for Euro PM2015.

A call for presentations is being issued for the technical program for AMPM2016.

Arcam AB has received an order for five Arcam Q10 systems from China-based Beijing AK Medical.

Concept Laser plans to show the additive manufacturing process chain at the TCT Show.

Spain-based MyMat Solutions has launched a new range of nylon filaments for the 3d printing of nylon.

Norsk Titanium AS (NTi) has appointed Chet Fuller as chief commercial officer.

Arcam’s metal powder subsidiary, AP&C, is adding capacity to its titanium and nickel super-alloy powder manufacturing operation.

Frank Herzog, founder and CEO of 3D printer Concept Laser has been nominated for the German Future Prize 2015.

AM and MIM specialist Proto Labs Inc has been named in Fortune Magazine’s 2015 100 Fastest-Growing Companies List.

A new hip system made using Arcam’s electron beam melting (EBM) technology has been formally approved by the Chinese State Food and Drug Administration.

3D Printing Engineering has developed new 3D printing services which it will be showcasing at the TCT Show.

Hoeganaes Corporation has launched AncorAM, a new product line of metal powders engineered for additive manufacturing (AM).

Scientists at the GE Global Research labs (GRC) have developed a method of cold spraying metal powder onto repair parts.

Materials Solutions Limited, based in Worcester, UK, has received a strategic investment from the Siemens’ venture capital unit (SVC).

Arcam AB is expanding its presence in the US through a new facility for sales and service in Woburn, Massachusetts.

Additive Industries has appointed the previously leader of a 3D tungsten printing team at Philips Healthcare as manager.

Concept Laser has reported a 35% revenue increase in the first six months of 2015.

Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer of ultrasonic additive manufacturing (AM) machines, has received a Boeing 2014 Performance Excellence Award.

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